Royals tweet photos of the Queen: Charles III. and Camilla are “deeply moved”

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Royals tweet pictures of the queen
Charles III and Camilla are “deeply moved”

All eyes are on the grand state funeral in honor of the Queen in London. But the royal family also bids farewell to the monarch in a different way. They post a series of photos on Twitter. And also Charles III. returns to the mourners.

King Charles III was deeply moved by his deepest condolences on the death of his mother, Elizabeth II. “Over the past ten days, my wife and I have been deeply moved by the many messages of sympathy and support we have received from this country and the world,” the 73-year-old said, according to a statement from the palace.

Before taking his final farewell to the Queen, he wanted to thank the “countless people who have been such support and comfort to my family and me at this time of grief,” the British king said.

“We commemorate our queen”

Meanwhile, the royal family bids farewell to the queen with a series of photos. A compilation published on Twitter shows numerous images from the monarch’s life, including Elizabeth as a baby, in military service during World War II, with her husband Prince Philip and other family members. In most of the photos, the queen can be seen smiling.

The last item is a portrait of the laughing queen, which the palace had only published the night before. “Honoring our Queen,” the royal family’s official account tweeted. “Today people from the UK, the Commonwealth and around the world will pay tribute to the extraordinary life and reign of Her Majesty The Queen.”

Sympathy does not fade

The Queen will bid farewell to a grand state funeral in London on Monday. 2000 guests are expected. Among them are heads of state and royal houses from all over the world.

In recent days, an estimated 750,000 people have filed past the Queen’s casket at Westminster Hall. The sympathy of the population is also enormous afterwards. City Hall in the British capital announced Monday afternoon that there are no more places along the route for the Queen’s coffin to be transported from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch. “There is no entry for newcomers. Follow the directions of the directories and the police,” it reads.

Also in Windsor, west of London, hundreds of people gathered on Monday morning to say goodbye to the Queen. The coffin containing the Queen’s remains is expected to arrive here in the afternoon. Elizabeth II’s final funeral is scheduled for the evening at St. George’s Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle.

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